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IN BLUE CRASS STATE Bitter Charges Fly in Campaign for. Nominations in Kentucky. Speoial to The Journal. Louisville, Ky.. Oct. 13.The politi cal pot in the blue grass state, which is never allowed to cease its simmering, is now bubbling away at a lively rate and rapidly approaching the boiling point. Not only does Kentucky share the congressional elections with the other states this year, but will at the same time dispose of a warm demo cratic primary for state offices and a United States senatorship, the candi dates for the latter position, Senator James B. McCreary and Governor J. C. W. Beckham, having agreed to leave the disposal of their respective claims to democratic voters in the primary election. The senatorial contest is already in full swing and both candidates' are making an aggressive speaking cam paign. The question of the enforce ment of the laws, particularly those re lating to saloons, which has played a prominent part in recent political cam paigns in other states, is likewise a factor in the present contest in Ken tucky. By his determined stand in en forcing the Sunday closing law in this city. Governor Beckham has materially weakened his strength with certain ele ments of the population, but at the same time he has gained the support of practically the entire temperance ele ment of the state. Second in interest to the senatorial contest is the campaign for the demo cratic nomination for governor. The rival candidates in this contest are S. W. Hager, the present state auditor, and General N. B. Hays, the present attorney general of the state. Bitter personalities and charges of graft in connection with state contracts have marked the campaign. Hays is mak ing his campaign on a platform of op position to the so-called state machine. Hager started out in the contest as the administration candidate, but a break Boon occurred between him and Beck ham, with the result that he, too, is running an independent campaign to a large extent. EGGS RUSHED TO CUBA New York Handlers Prepare to Supply Big Island Trade. Kew YOTIC Herald Speoial Service. New York, Oct. 13.Egg handlers of New York will be kept busy from now until January getting consignments ready for Cuba's trade. This island has never been able to raise enough poultry to supply its wants, and while, in previous years, the dealers of this city have been able to ship large quantities of eggs to all parts of the island, some doubts are now expressed as to whether the pres ent disturbances in Cuba will tend to check the exports. Poultry raising in Cuba has never been profitable, the flocks frequently dying off as the result of a disease, which the natives call "smallpox.'' The only bird which seems to thrive is the turkey, but the number raised has generally been confined to small lots. For a long time New York was the principal live poultry shipping port of Cuba, but with the lower freight rates to southern ports, the trade has grad ually been diverted to that section of the country. In dressed poultry large sizes of roasting chickens and broilers are in the best demand. A $50.00 Beaverine Fur Trimmed Overcoat for $35.00 More Durable, Warmer. Just as rich, handsome and stylish in appearance. Can not be distinguished from a $250 plucked otter or beaver lined coat. This garment is 52 inches in length. The shell an American woolen mill strictly all wool fast black kersey, lined with our patent Beaverine plush, which matches the genuine southern beaver collar. Must be seen to be appreciated. We will send it to you for $35.00 C. O. D., with privi lege of examination. If not as represented, or satisfac tory, leave it at the express office. We make same coat with black plush lining, muskrat collar and edge. A beauty for $30.00. In ordering give your height and weight and size of your suit coat. Ad dress, The Beaverine Minneapolis, Minn. HOME'OF does not imply that you will be expected to make a purchase. ft. A N. Oram Trading tamp* wMh afl Caen Parana***. Editorial Section^ t% BOUTELL BROTHERS Ufe Radiant Stewart Heaters Nothing better made. Prices run like this: $36, $40, $45, $50, and $55. Easy terms of payment. Brass Bed Satin or Bright finished with the best quality of French lacquer 2-inch posts. A high grade bed and worth $4&. Spe cial for Monday 2* Extra large size, superfine blankets made of fine quality Iambs' wool, all perfect, handsome borders, white silk binding $9.00 qualities, $6.50 pair. Heavy white California lambs' wool blankets, in sanitary gray and white, full bed size and extra heavy $10.00 qualities reduced to $7.75 pair. Finer California and Australian wool blankets, velvet softness, as thick and warm as the wool on the sheep's back, at $10 $12.50 $15 $17.50 and $20 pair. Fleeced cotton blankets in gray, spe cially priced, pair, 65 75 95 $ 1 $1.25 and $1.50 Pair. 4l* *7 E only 0^*/. 3 Dining Table Golden oak 45-inch round top claw feet six feet long well finished. Worth $20. Special for t*1 E Monday only j)/^ Sale of Bed Coverings Blankets, Comfortables, Bed Spreads, Down Quilts. Good quality heavy white wool blankets with just enough cotton to prevent them from shrinking. Large double bed size with pretty borders. Eegular price $6.50 pair reduced $4.50 Handsome California blankets, white long staple wool, fine finish, double bed size regular price $7.50 pair reduced to $5.00 0 Comfortables. White cotton fillings, substantial and attractive coverings, at $ 1 S i 2 5 $1.50 $1.75 and $2? Down Quilts. Magnificent assortment (real beau ties) will save you $2.00 to $6.00 on each quilteach $ 5 $6.50 $T.50 $8.50 $10 $12 $15 and $20. Full line Crib Blankets. These are also reduced for this sale, at $ 1 5 0 $2.50 $3.50 and $4.50 Pair. A Silk J HOUSB FURN1SHINQS We carry everything necessary for the Kitchen/ Laundry, etc., r^ and our ^prices are always ^"the lowest!^ THE MINNEAPC&IS JOURNAL.1 Stewart Steel Ranges Monday we shall sell a limited number of High Guade Fuller-War ren & Go. Steel Banges, 16 and 18- inch ovens, which formerly sold for $40 and $42, &00 4?\2fl at only .$0^* %P*jU an Easy terms of payment. Baby Walker We invite the people of. the. Twin Cities and the Northwest to visit, this interesting department and see for themselves the unique and beautiful collection of high-grade Lace Curtains and Draperies. You will be welcomed either as a visitor or buyer. "Reasons why"Because our reputation for thor oughly reliable quality is widely established. Because our styles areealways authoratively Becaus we show th most extensive variety high class hangings of any store in the country. Because our prices are lower than you will pay for hangings of equal all-around merit in other stores. DRAPERIES Whether you want to pay $2.25 pair or $100.00, or any price between, you will find here the greatest variety of up-to-date Draperies and the best possible money's worth. Persian Armure Draperies at $3-50 and $3-95 pere mvtrl30*^**?^$ Mercerized Damask Draperies at $5, $6.5o0- $7-50 and $10 per pair. Negus^Tapestr'y $650 effe Moorish, Gothic, Neapolitan, "Lindsey Woolsey," Persian Armures with illu minated leather trimmings, hand block, crinkled tapestry, and many other new ideassuitable for parlors, halls, library and dining-room hangings, at $15, l750, $20. $25, $27.50. $35 to 7 5 per pair. LACE BED SETS at one-third to one half less than our regular prices. You would Imagine that because the prices are so ridiculously low the Lace Bed Sets are undesirable on the contrary they are the- MAIL ORDERS FILLED. The making of Proper Furniture is much more than putting together so much material and doing so much cabinet work. It requires the person- ality of insight and an artistic taste in choosing designs, shapes and finish to mold a beautiful and appropriate article. A mere chopper of woods who has learned a trade, and the cast-iron machine, planing and running Child's Spring Seat Baby Walker, TT^Q Chase leather worth reg- only fi.^ J//t5l/ One to a customer only. Chase Leather Couch Karpen Steel Wire Constructed Couch, fully warranted oak frame, covered with genuine Chase leather. Looks and will wear like a $45 couch. 4?V Special for Monday only ^p & $3.00 down and $1.00 per week. Sofa Bed and Davenport combined has box underneath oak,or mahogany frame upholstered with moss, covered with good quality of Velourred or 0 green. A splendid bargainMonday only .%p&& $5.00 down and $5.0.0 per. month. along beaten tracks, produces something akin to furniture, but not the* kind of furniture for the people we want to 'serve. Our customers will be sure to see here only the newest styles and most carefully prepared furniture, and You Pay No More for BoutelFs Good Furniture Than Othets Ask for the Cheaply Made Kind, 1/ Coat Rack On Sale From Cf\^, SiolOa.m, OUC Finished in oak, fitted up with hooks has -a German mirror worth $1.25. On sale from 8 to 10 a. m. Sfiry Monday only &\JC Fancy Rocker Weathered oak finish upholstered seat, Special from Lace Curtain and Drapery Section correctf at $4.50. $5.50, $6-50. Dra rpair. $750 and 1 0 per pair. $225, $250, $3. oa DraperiesKurd1 Kelim? and Baeda* ^S, $10 and $2peS Draperies at one-third less their prices. 9-oO per pair. $6.50- $7.50 and English and Belgian Tapestry Draperies novel effectsgreat values, at $8-50, $10, $12.50 and $15 per pain at i f"nr"' "air *\U most desirable and finest made, and the styles are the newest. Savoy and Battenberg Lace Bed Sets $3.95 set for $6.50 values. $4.50 set for $7.50 values." 95-50 set for $8.50 values. :_ ir S8.50 set for $12.50 values. $10 0 0 set for $15.00 values.. ,..v-:.: l $13.50 set for $20.00 values.: _,: MADRAS BY THE YARD Many people are under the impression that Boutelt'S carry only the finer grades Lace Curtains and Draperies. It is- true that we aim to a higher degree of. qua! itty than can be had elsewhere, but our stock of all grades are completeand pur prices are invariably the lowest. ESTABLISHED IN 1871. Largest Heme, Hotel and Clmb Furnishers la the Northwest. ---feA MfUMWpom TrnXtftutton Owmed hy Mlmmeapotht Peoph. Made of ^lm, finished in gold en cane seat, carved back. Worth $1.75. Special for 2?.... $1.00 Sale limited 8 to a customer. Buffets Special sale this week hogany, golden and weathered oak Buffets. The celebrated Grand Eapids make, at $20 $22 $25 $28 $30 $35 $40 and $50. See our beautiful Furnished Cottages on Second, Third and Fourth Floors. 9 Sunday, October 14, 1906. py*-' 3 Oak Dresser McDougall Kitchen Cabinet Solid Oak Dresser finished in ea on utiA Q*at golden four drawers 18x20 nn A *I nn square French bevei plate Dining Chair 45c, .Imported Scotch Madras at 35o, 75c, 50cT6pVand 75c yard. goQ Regular prices50c, 65c, $1.25 yard. Finer grades of imported Madras 81. $1-25,prlces-$1.25, Regula $1.50 $1.6 5 and $2.25 yard. Crete Madrasa good many stylesat $1.75, $2-25 and $2-50 yard. Regular prices$2.25, $2.75 and $3. SPECIALSLACE CURTAINS Marie Antoinette Curtains at $5, ?2500 7,$850 $10, $1250, $15 and pair. Marie Louise Curtains at $9-50, iZ& 12.50, $1350, $15, $17 5 0 and pair. Lacet Arabian Curtains at $5, $6.50, $ 7 50, $9, $10, $12 to $30 pair. Marguerite Lace Curtains at $12-50, $1350, $15, $20, $2250 and $25 pair. Florentine Lace Curtains at $4-50, $550, $650, $10 and $12-50 pair. Linen Antique Lace Curtains at $3.75, $450, $650, $8.50, $10 and $1250 pair. Point de Milan Lace Curtains at $6 50 750, $85 0l $9, $10. $12 5 0 to 2 5 pair.r 2L La- 0 Bus Curtain at $4-50, $5. $750. $10, $12 5 0 to $50 pair. ^^eaV-Cluny.Laee Curtains at $4.50. $5v $7, $8, $850 to $20 pair. Broderie Anglalse Lace Curtains in Ivory at $20, J25 and $30 pair. Napoleon IParaguary (in Champagne color) at $15. $20. $25 and $30 pair. Raphael VaticanPoint Ventee (in Filet Italian Lace Curtains, linen foundation, strictly hand-made, at $50, $65, $75 and $100 pair. I MAIL ORDER* FILLED. *&*>+*% HOME OF TH We are sole agents for the McDougall Kitchen^ Cabinetthe most up-to-date0 aned best cabinet on the market. Special sale this week at ft 1 8 $20 week $1 0 $3 0 0 dow mirror oastered all complete. g-\ r% A splendid bargain Qtj j- UrWntal t$$*JKUgS Monday only..... .& 01/ 248 pieces, including Kazaks, Mousouls, Irans, Sarabends, Kurdistans and Beloujistans Eegular prices $29.00 $35.00 $42:00 $49 Special prices $21.00 $24.00 $31.50 $37 72 Antique Anatolians with dark reds and blues $12.00 and $15.00 Eegular prices Special prices 41 Kiz Kelims Eegular prices $24.00 $31.00 $89.00 $43 Astral Beading Lamp with Mil ler famous Juno Burner, fin-^ ished in nickel plate. It is full size, le with white dome shade and chim ney. None better made. Special for Monday ..$1.35 at $1.45) and $1-75 yard. 35c. Carpet and Rug Dept. 100 new misfit Velvet and Tapestry Brussels Rugs, carpet sizes, at $12 $14 $15 $16 and $18. 450 yards Linoleum, manufacturer's samples, in pieces of from 4 to 20 yards each, that sell regularly at 65c to $1.00 per yard. Special sale 35c yard Brin size of room with you. 100 rolls of Wilton Velvet Carpet. Border to match, at 85c $ 1 and $1.35 per yard. 95 Ardahan Rugs, size 8 feet 3 10 feet 6. Sale price $32.50. CHINA SECTION We carry the finest assort- ment of Dinner Sets. Cut Glass and Bric- a-firac in ^*r th Northwest. .s Young people doing to house* keeping receive pedal terms $9.50 to $12.00 Special prices $18.00 $24.00 $28.00 $32 50 Hall Bugs, 3 to 4 ft. wide and 9 to 19 ft. long Eegular prices $35.00 $48.00 $60.00 $78 Special prices $29. QO $25. OQ $43.00 $60 54 Khivas, mostly Antiques and perfect Eegular $105.00 $119.00 $129.00 $140.00 Special 485.00 $92.50 $105.00 $115.00 We have a large line of fine Kirmanshahs, Sarouks, Senas and Tebrizes, also Gorovans, Mesheds and Serapis in carpet sizes. China Dept. Specials Colonial Ice Cream Glasses. Just re ceived another shipment of these 'beautiful dessert glasses. Can be used for fruit sal ads also. Special, 6 for .-75o and attention. Japanese China Oups and Saucers in old Owariablue thin china, nicely finished, decorated5 in blue with Jap a subjects. Eegular 25c. Mon day, 6 for...750 il Let us enter Into a contract with .you. We'll arrange satisfactory terms. The 20th Century gas light (like cut) complete with self regulating burner, mantle and opal air-hole globe, ever ready to light. Special tomorrow,